According to reports, Portugal manager Fernando Santos is set to be sacked as manager of his national side following their exit shock exit to Morocco in the quarter-final of the FIFA World Cup.
The 68-year-old has taken charge of 109 matches since becoming Os Navegadores manager in September 2014, winning 67, drawing 23 and losing 19, seeing Santos potentially leave with a win percentage of 61.47%.
Since initially taking over as coach from Paulo Bento, the Portuguese national team have improved significantly in terms of player quality, but, Santos was arguably at his best when managing Portugal as an underdog.
Santos memorably led Portugal to a shock Euro 2016 triumph, as well as to being the first national team to win the Nations League in 2018/19 - making him the most successful Portugal manager of all time.
Here we take a look at potential replacements for Santos.